Clashes in Burundi have claimed new victims as the opponents of President Pierre Nkurunziza continue to protest his decision to seek a third term in office. The opposition says the president's plan violates the country's constitution, which allows only two terms. The unrest is the worst in Burundi since a civil war that ended in 2005. Zlatica Hoke reports the violence has sent waves of refugees into neighboring countries.
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